Many children's books include an underlying educational theme. They teach kindness, sharing, forgiveness, thankfulness and a variety of other positive character traits you would like to instill in your children. But what if they could learn about something bigger than themselves, not simply their own little bubble of existence?
Now it's possible!
Connor Boyak has created a series of books for children about heavy, difficult topics from books by those such as Bastiat and Hayek, and simplified and condensed them into something children can understand. If you have never heard of Bastiat or Hayek, but value freedom, natural rights, and limited government, then you really need these books. Imagine attempting to pass on your faith without the help of all the Christian children's books available. I would be very difficult. Now you can help your children understand liberty and government in the same way.
Each year, hundreds of millions of children are spoon-fed false history, bad economics, and logical fallacies. Your child is not immune.
The five book set is a great value and includes numerous free bonuses with purchase. Remember to use the coupon code FREEDOM for an extra 10% savings. Another wonderful opportunity the author provides is a fundraiser pack. This pack includes 5 of each book at a discounted price so that your organization can resell the books at regular price and keep the four dollars per book in profits! use coupon code USPS to get free shipping on your fundraiser pack.
I am the mother of seven children ranging from teens to a toddler, living out in the middle of nowhere, USA. I aim to hone the craft of giving advice without pretending to have this whole mom thing figured out. I am Christian, but not the really nice kind that is good at it. I am also conservative, but I promise not to be in your face with political agendas very often. I like to infuse humor into my writing, so don't freak out if you are offended or appalled by what you read here. There is a very fine line between serious advice and sarcastic hyperbole.